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Published March 24, 2014

Breaking News

Two term incumbent Commissioner Horrocks loses at convention

3 days ago

The Emery County Republican Party held their county convention on April 16. One hundred twenty five delegates were present to cast their ballots for the candidates pursuing public office. Lieutenant Gov. Spencer Cox spoke as did State Senator David H...

Missing helicopter located in Emery County

13 days ago

The Emery County Sheriff's Office is currently involved in a recovery operation for two males in a helicopter.

Republican county convention

13 days ago

The State Republican Party has changed the date of the Emery County Republican Convention to Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 6 PM at the Huntington Elementary School. Governor Gary Herbert is expected to be at and speak at this convention. ...

Is expansion in the future for Goblin Valley?

18 days ago

Could Goblin Valley State Park be expanding? The very slightest glimmer of an idea is taking shape and parties involved are excited with the possibility.

View strutting sage-grouse on April 5

20 days ago

The "bloop, bloop" sound that male sage-grouse make, as they strut on their breeding grounds, is one of the most unique sounds you'll ever hear in nature.

Huntington Canyon recreation use still limited

27 days ago

Huntington Canyon recreation sites will be available on a limited basis this summer. Forest Supervisor Allen Rowley recently amended the Seeley Fire Order in anticipation of the upcoming summer recreation season. ...

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